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Ferris State: All-Camp Team 2024

Greenville 2024 Trevor Zamarron.

Rising senior standouts from Ferris State’s prospects camp.

MVP  Trevor Zamarron  6-1  Sr  Greenville: If he had done it in just one game, that would have been impressive and warranted an all-star game not. But Zamarron’s barrage of three-pointers lasted all afternoon, game after game, regardless the defenders. And thus the MVP. Finely tuned and crafted, confident shot. Not a creative point guard per se, but the shot opens up the floor and he’s smart and strong with the ball and is able to get two feet deep into the lane. A crafty, hard-working scorer who didn’t just lead the camp in overall scoring and three-pointers, but in field goals off of Blobs through sheer hard work. Also tested out as one of the most athletic guards at camp.

Brayden Buza  6-1  Sr  Utica Eisenhower: He was one of the best 17U point guards from Michigan in the spring with the Goonies, and did nothing to challenge that trend in Big Rapids. Aggressive on offense, aggressive on defense. Can make the simple or more demanding passes on the move. Hustles back on D like college guards will have to.

Warrick Elder  6-1  Sr  Jonesville: One-time Gull Lake guard now thriving in Jonesville, where they won a district title. Athletic driver and finisher from the backcourt.

Luke Gelow  6-4  Sr  Gaylord: Athlete who doesn’t just look the part; had second-highest vertical in testing, then glided on the court in games, finding his shot at will. Blocked the shot of the player with the highest vertical, BJ Walker. Talent/skill combo and built to ball. Can go up and fetch passes. Well-coached hedging ball screens. Played on a loaded squad and fit in well, getting his without taking from others. Left-hander who would benefit from a quicker shot release.

Drew Kozel  6-5  Sr  L’anse Cruse North: Projects with college wing size at 6-5, 185 — and as a shot-maker from spots all over the court, particularly efficient with the forgotten mid-range. Active, high-IQ cutter. Carries his weight on the glass. Strong, if not quick, leaper off of two feet as a finisher.

 

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